IPA: tˈɑtʃoʊgræf


  • A device that records the distance and time traveled by a vehicle (especially a truck or coach), used to check the drivers' working time.

Examples of "tachograph" in Sentences

  • In all other instances, a tachograph would have to be fitted.
  • Tachograph data, once correlated, provides valuable data to the haulage company.
  • Those who admitted forging their tachograph records were: James Aird, 48, of Mountblow
  • All the charges related to alleged tachograph offences between November 2007 and November
  • Hunkered down in his cab, the man reportedly gobbled up the paper discs of his truck's tachograph, which records speed and the time driven.
  • A complex investigation by Cumbria police has led to 13 drivers working for a Northern Ireland haulage firm admitting falsifying their tachograph records.
  • And Patrick Boyle, the managing director, also pleaded not guilty to perverting the course of justice by attempting to dispose of tachograph vehicle units.
  • Using the integrated OmniExpress system's on-board computer with the vehicle's digital tachograph, Waberer's will be able to monitor driver and vehicle activities remotely.
  • Peter Johnson, of Inchcape Ford Farnborough, worked with them to determine the correct information regarding tachograph regulations and supported their fund-raising efforts through sponsorship from Inchcape Farnborough.
  • The jury heard expert evidence that the vehicle's tachograph showed Mr Shapland had been travelling at 55mph (89km/h) in a 40mph (64km/h) zone, and that braking had reduced the speed to 52mph (84km/h) at the point of impact.
  • The new rules forbid drivers of commercial vehicles, including rescue tow trucks, from travelling more than 62 miles from their bases unless the vehicle is fitted with a tachograph – a device that monitors the number of hours spent on the road.

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